Membership Payment / 회원신청 및 등록비용 제출
Step 1. PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION
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Step 2. SECURE PAYMENT BY PAYPAL
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Please pay your membership fee securely with PayPal below.
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*Note: online payments have 3% processing fee added.
$500 Organization/Corporate Membership (Minimum Annual Fee)
- See tier levels via supporters program by reaching out to our memberships details.
$100 Individual (non-corporate) Membership
(Minimum Annual Fee)
<Membership Benefits and Disclosures>
Becoming a member of the Southeast United States Korean Chamber of Commerce (“Chamber”) is voluntary and sole will of individual or organization/corporation. As a member you and your organization are permitted to attend Chamber functions in government, businesses, and other professionals doing business in Korea and the U.S. through various programs, receptions and events. Additionally, membership will allow you to participate in workshops and seminars that is beneficial for thriving the mission of the Chamber for Korean and the Southeast U.S. Member organizations will also be provided advertising via the Chamber website, marketing materials, and will be given access to members only activities, directory, and functions. The Chamber acts to promote, advance and protect economical relations between the United States and Republic of Korea. The Chamber actively assists in the promotion in the Southeast region of the United States and the Republic of Korea. Please refer to Chamber’s mission for details. If the members’ acts against our mission, we have the right for provoking membership with the approval of the board.
Southeast U.S. Korean Chamber of Commerce (한미동남부 상공회의소) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, 501(c)(3) organization with individual and corporate members that is dedicated solely to the promotion of greater awareness, understanding, and cooperation in commerce to facilitate trade/investment ties, and promote goodwill relationships between the people of the Republic of South Korea and the United States.